A personal note..

I am not going to lie, I am a bit embarrassed over how long it has been since I wrote my last blog. It has been MORE than a year! Remember when you were a kid and the adults kept saying how fast time goes by and all you feel like doing is rolling your eyes and thinking "I will never say that"? Well.. here I am saying just that! 

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Some of you may or may not know that I had a little baby boy last summer, so I went on maternity leave almost exactly a year ago and started up again properly this spring. It has been a juggling act trying to stay organised with two young children at home, as well as keeping the business up and running - not on a negative note at all, I love it! However blogging and social media have taken something of a backseat while it has been my family and my clients who have come first. 

I am very excited to be taking bookings again. One of my favourite things about my job is meeting new (and old) families and helping them capture memories that will last a lifetime.

As this is the first blog for so long I thought I would make it a personal one and share some pictures of what we've been up to this past year. 


Baby Oscar one week old

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Oh, they grow up so fast don't they!

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By now Oscar is 11 months already and on the move constantly. His big sister Freya is three and a half, she loves playing imaginary games and the roles in our family (according to her) are as follows;

  • Freya is mummy (or princess)
  • I get to be big sister 
  • Oscar is doggy (we don't even have a dog)
  • Daddy is what ever suits in that moment (big brother, grandpa or doggy)
  • Her favourite soft toys gets the most important "role" of being the baby

The first few months being a mother of two were tough - really tough-  but I wouldn't change it for the world. I love seeing them interact more and more each day, and apart from an unnecessary tantrum here and there and an occasional hair-pulling incident, they love each other to bits.

                                                               Here we are - The Bells                                                           Celebrating Easter in Devon

                                                               Here we are - The Bells

                                                          Celebrating Easter in Devon